Lyn and her husband her real life hero are becoming in-laws as their son
marries his true love in fall 2009. Lyn loves her future daughter in law
and is looking forward to this new adventure. She and her husband still
live on the lake in the northwoods where they watch a bald eagle and its
younger eagle soar and swoop overhead throughout the year. And she
wishes the best to all her readers. You may email Lyn at
or write her at P O Box 864, Woodruff WI 54548. And drop by her blog
www.strongwomenbravestories.blogspot.com and read stories of strong
women in real life and true to life fiction. "Every woman has a story.
My Christmas release debuts Tuesday December 8th! Her Patchwork
Family(link), my Love Inspired Historical, is my second December book.
I do love to write about holidays in my romances. Holidays are
evocative occasions. Of course not all holidays evoke memories and
I have never really gotten jazzed about Arbor Day or President's Day.
May Day (when my kids were little
and we made May baskets to hang on our neighbors' door knobs!),
of July ( I LUV FIREWORKS!),
Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and
New Year's Eve-- YES!
New Year's Day make up the grand finale of my
latest romance. Her Patchwork Family is the second in my Gabriel
Sisters series. Each one is being released in December 2008-2010. My
heroine is Felicity Gabriel. And here's more about her story:
Christmas is for Families…
And Felicity Gabriel intends to build a family right away! When
inherits a mansion in Illinois in 1867, she decides to turn it into a
home for orphans. But her first charges test her resolve. One child is
a thief, suspicious of her kindness. The other is the local judge's
traumatized daughter. Broken by war, Judge Tyrone Hawkins is
devastated when his little girl runs from him to Felicity. But
Felicity's courage despite the town's scorn for her orphanage and her
caring way with his daughter restore his lost faith. Now he wonders if
they all can find the family they seek…just in time for Christmas.
Felicity and Ty find hope and love at Christmas and that is my prayer
for all those who read this note.